admin Oct 26 2016

Happiness is going back to my hometown for Diwali!

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Diwali with family

Diwali with family

Home again! No matter how much I enjoy a trip, I’m always very happy to be home. It’s true that traveling away from home gives new perspectives, new insights, lots of fun — as well as a renewed admiration for ordinary life, and the pleasures of staying home. Festive season is of course the best time to spend quality moment with friends and family. Diwali is the next big festival after Navratri and Dussehra.

All those busy bugs who missed out Navratri and Dussehra holidays, Diwali is your chance to pour out all you frustration and tensions out. Book tickets; spend good time with your friends and family in your hometown. Because, certain moments with a few good people is worth than money.

On the spiritual side of things, Diwali marks the return of Hindu Lord Rama to his kingdom of Ayodhya after defeating demon king Ravana. This festival marks the victory of Good over Evil. So, let the festival lights take away all sorrows and darkness from your life and give you positivite energy.

Diwali is not just any other festivities. The entire house is decorated with colorful rangoli and lit up with bright colourful bulbs, or candles, diyas. Diwali is also celebrated by bursting firecrackers with a symbol to ward off festival demons. But based on environmental grounds I personally don’t recommend burning cracker during Diwali. It creates noise pollution and air pollution, and effects human organs in many ways.

Diwali is also one of my favourite festivals. We get to eat lot and varieties of sweets – gulab jamun, coconut ladoo, khoya, mung daal halwa, besan ladoo and the list goes on…yum…!

Oh my gosh! I can already feel it. Anyway, I gotta log off, got to catch my bus to my hometown. Wait; don’t tell me you haven’t booked your ticket yet. Chill visit Ticketgoose.com to book your ticket even at the last minute.

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